WEBINAR ANNOUNCEMENT

Advancing Third Party Risk Management and Compliance with RiskXchange

How do you go about third party risk management and compliance? 

Many organisations are using traditional spreadsheets or manual assessments to collate information around third party supplier risks, their security maturity and how they currently adhere to the required risk and governance frameworks required in their field or industry.

These include PCI, NIST, Cyber Essentials, ISO27001 and GDPR among others. Although proved to be helpful, they are time-consuming and require high level of technical knowledge.

Is there a better way to third party risk management?

In our new webinar, hosted in partnership with CyberWhite, we will help illustrate how the RiskXchange platform can be used at the start of the third party onboarding process to quickly assess risks within the third party supply chain and help you automate third party risk management.

Advancing third party risk management and compliance

Watch the recorded webinar

Join our webinar

May 19th, 2022  | 11:00 am BST  |  30 minutes + Q&A

What will this webinar help you do?

The webinar will allow you to:

Find a quicker way to detect and prevent third party cyber risks

Automate the process around third party assessments

Discover if the third party suppliers are compliant with the regulations during supplier onboarding

Explore additional benefits of the AI-assisted third party risk management platform

Our speakers for the webinar

Crayson Jenkins

Crayson Jenkins, RiskXchange

The Vice President of Sales at RiskXchange, Crayson Jenkins is a veteran in the security industry. He has helped the world’s most prominent tech companies, like IBM, reach new levels of success using his in-depth knowledge and technical understanding of cybersecurity.

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Derek Clydesdale, Ampliphae

Product Director at Ampliphae, Derek Clydesdale has over twenty years of experience assisting clients with Digital Transformation initiatives, helping customers with successful adoption of a "SaaS-first" approach to the adoption and governance of Software-as-a-Service.